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  1. HI ALL NEW TO THE FORUM I am about to start on a rebuild of my Seville STS. The items to be done or redone are as follows. I have an extreme stress job all mental so build the next two cars is my physical release of stress. To start with I have a blown gasket and a collapsed lifter. My spouse continued to drive the car and cracked the transmission cooler in the radiator flooding the engine with trans fluid and the trans with coolant. So pretty much toast. I have previously upgraded the brakes with Stage III Power Stop rotors and pads works nice but after sitting they r
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  2. Good Lord I'm amazed I remembered my login credentials. I joined here in 2009ish, when I needed tips for maintaining my '94 STS. I always liked this community. It was civilized, helpful, and direct. Fast forward a decade, I may have the opportunity to get my hands on a '85 Fleetwood Coupe. I'm wondering if it's worthwhile. Backstory: it belonged to a late uncle, who loved his '81 so much that he bought the '85 when he found out the coupe would be discontinued, so that he'd have a brand new Fleetwood Coupe ready to replace his current one. He died before that happened though. And so t
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  3. Hi Bruce, If I can get my new power antenna installed in my 89 Brougham, I'll be happy as a clam!!! Hi Tech is nice but I get a lot of compliments on my Brougham. What a nice ride! Dean.
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  4. If I ever win on lottery I'm going to get me a V16. Only two car manufacturers ever produced a V16 engine for a commercial vehicle, Cadillac and Marmon. Cadillac made two designs! The solution at the time to get smooth power delivery and few gear changes
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  5. Hello to all Duke enthusiasts! We are building two Dukes at the moment, have many spare parts and upgrades on hand''' Happy to answer any technical questions one might have! Matthew SU Rebuilders, Ltd.
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  6. We are restoring 2 Dukes at the moment, with a view to modifying one of them to more closely resemble the SS 100 Jaguar they were originally modelled after.... We have developed a wire wheel kit using Jaguar wire wheels and knockoffs, in either 15 of 16 inch sizes, with either a painted or chrome finish. We also have available many new and used Duke parts, since we have acquired 2 Duke kits that were stored and never assembled by the original purchasers Please let us know, if we can be of assistance Matthew Smith SU Rebuilders, Ltd.
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